De l’acquisition à la publication numérique en archéologie : quelle solution pour la 3D ?

Par Catherine Duvette et Frédéric Colin, Université de StrasbourgCNRS, UMR 7044 Archimède

Abstract: Epigraphic path from the aggressive paper stamping methods (Abklatsch) of Dümichen in Deir el-Bahari (19th century) to the new non-destructive digital stamping methods. These digital tools enable us to live the dreams of epigraphic dematerialisation pursued by pioneering Egyptologists 150 years ago, but they raise specific questions for a perennial publication. Today, scholarly mankind must no longer adapt the writing medium from the volumen to the codex, nor from the codex to a digital mimetic medium, but must invent ways of sharing intellectual objects that are inherently born in the virtual world.

Cite this paper as: Catherine Duvette, Frédéric Colin, « De l’acquisition à la publication numérique en archéologie : quelle solution pour la 3D ? », communication au colloque Des données aux savoirs. Les enjeux du numérique dans la recherche en Sciences Humaines et Sociales, organisé par la MISHA, 2 octobre 2018, https://clae.hypotheses.org/860, consulté le XX/XX/XXXX.

Early 18th Dynasty Burials at Al-Asasif, Luxor (Field Seasons 2017-2019, MoTA, Ifao, University of Strasbourg)

By Frédéric Colin, Université de StrasbourgCNRS, UMR 7044 Archimède, Fellow USIAS

with the collaboration of Eweis Abdel Rady (MoTA), Yunis Ahmed (IFAO, Cairo), Nerea Bernabeu (Strasbourg Univ.), Sonia Brahimi (Strasbourg Univ.), Garance Clapuyt (Brussels Univ. & Strasbourg Univ.), Jean-Philippe Droux (Strasbourg Univ.), Christian Dupuis (Mons Univ.), Bruno Gavazzi (Strasbourg Univ.), Eman Hagag (MoTA), Cassandre Hartenstein (Strasbourg Univ.), Ayman Hussein (IFAO, Cairo), Khalid S. Essa (Cairo University), Sylvie Marchand (IFAO Cairo), Filippo Mi (Strasbourg Univ.), Sayed Mohamed Abd el-Rahim (raïs, Luxor), Sayed Mohamed Ahmed (MoTA), Simone Nannucci (Strasbourg Univ.), Sayed Mohamed el-Qurany (MoTA), Olivier Onézime (IFAO, Cairo), Anita Quiles (IFAO, Cairo), Asmaa Sayed (MoTA), Héloïse Smets (Strasbourg Univ.)

Abstract: Paper about the discovery in Al-Asasif, in 2017-2018, of a secondary cemetery installed in a construction earthwork of the causeway leading to the temple of Thutmose III, in Dayr al-Bahri. The assemblage of funerary objects and the decoration of one of the sarcophagi provide complementary evidence of the pattern of offerings by the participants in the funeral, all of whom are female except for one young boy.

Cite this paper as: Frédéric Colin et alii, “Early 18th Dynasty Burials at Al-Asasif, Luxor (Field Seasons 2017-2019, MoTA, Ifao, University of Strasbourg)”, paper at the workshop “Upper Egypt: The Last Five Years of Archaeological Discovery”, organized by Luxor University, September 6, 2020, https://clae.hypotheses.org/860, accessed XX/XX/XXXX.